Kids say the darnedest things

grilld_1After a lot of years, this still makes me laugh my ass off…

My pal Zack’s four-year-old son Joel was getting ready for only his third day of preschool.

The kid looked up from tying his shoes.

“How long does this go on?” Joel asked his dad.

Perfect.

Joel’s innocent question is what many people ask themselves while they get ready for another grueling day of work.

But they just keep slogging on day after day, unsatisfied and unhappy.

Surveys show that most folks would never work at what they do if they didn’t get paid “good enough” money for it.

Most admit they’re sick of working for bosses.

Most claim they’d love to quit their employment and follow their dreams.

But the minute they’re thrown out of their job, these people usually update their resumes and pound the pavement for a new job, a new boss, and a new routine of dissatisfaction and unhappiness.

How come?

There are lots of reasons. And if you’re among those who say they want off the 9-to-5 job treadmill but can’t seem to take the leap, ask yourself these admittedly hardnosed and difficult questions:

1) What do I fear most about leaving my job? Risk? Failure? Success? The unknown? Loss of “financial security”? Worrying or upsetting my family?

2) Do I believe I’m unworthy of finding success in my own business?

3) Do I think I’m too inexperienced to be in business for myself?

4) Do I think I’m too undercapitalized to move out of a job and into my own enterprise?

Maybe what you need is a formula for breaking free from the treadmill you’re on.

Years back, I got dumped out of my corporate job and hadda come up with a formula to move forward.

I’ve whipped that formula into an easy-to-read and easier-to-implement report. If you’re ready to cut yourself loose from the 9-to-5 — or if you’re looking for a road map after getting pushed out of a job — you should grab the report ASAP right here.

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